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[texts]Mediascape - Klotz, Heinrich
Catalog of an exhibition organized by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in association with ZKM/Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, and held at the Guggenheim Museum SoHo, June 14-Sept. 15, 1996
Keywords: Video art; Art and technology; Media art
Downloads: 265
[audio]Thin Air: An Interview with Intermedia Artist, Iain Baxter
On August 8, 1970, Charles Amirkhanian visited with intermedia artist Iain Baxter in his North Vancouver, British Columbia home. The residence doubled as the headquarters for an unusual corporation, called the N.E. Thing Co., Ltd. Charles probes the motivations for setting up such an institution and discusses several projects of the company with Mr. Baxter, who preferred to be introduced as "president" of the N.E...
Keywords: Conceptual Art; Interview; Inter-media Art and technology; KPFA-FM
Downloads: 34
[texts]The Democracy of Objects - Levi Bryant
Since Kant, philosophy has been obsessed with epistemological questions pertaining to the relationship between mind and world and human access to objects. In The Democracy of Objects, Bryant proposes that we break with this tradition and once again initiate the project of ontology as first philosophy. Drawing on the object-oriented ontology of Graham Harman, as well as the thought of Roy Bhaskar, Gilles Deleuze, Niklas Luhman, Aristotle, Jacques Lacan, Bruno Latour and the developmental systems...
Keywords: Ontology; Noise in art; Information theory; Art and technology
Downloads: 89
[texts]Pulsa materials in the Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) records, accession no. 940003. Getty Research Institute: Los Angeles, California - Getty Research Institute
Pulsa materials in the Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) records, accession no.940003. Getty Research Institute: Los Angeles, California
Keywords: Getty Research Institute; E.A.T; Experiments in Art and Technology; Pulsa Group
Downloads: 5
[texts]Douglas Davis - Art and the Future - Pulsa - Douglas Davis
In his visionary 1975 study, Davis examines the role of science and technology in artworks from the Renaissance into the future. Davis quotes the Pulsa group describing their 1968 Boston Demonstration in the Boston Public Garden in which computer-programmed streams of light and sound emulated ambient technological noise as "the first work...conceived on a scale and system comparable to the scale and system of today." He illustrates his description with an image of the strobe lights firing underw...
Keywords: Douglas Davis; Pulsa; the Pulsa Group; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Collaboration; Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist; Jennifer Licht; Spaces; The Museum of Modern Art; MOMA; Yale School or Art and Architecture; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology
Downloads: 169
[image]Image - Pulsa synthesizer and programmers In Pulsa Light/Sound Installation, Project Argus, Yale School of Art and Architecture, April 1968 - Joel Katz
Image - Pulsa Analogue-Digital Synthesizer and Pulsa personnel programing Light/Sound Installation in the main gallery of the Yale School of Art and Architecture, part of the Project Argus Show, April 1968 This event was open to the pubic most evenings for several months, featuring a unique improvised light sound program each night. People from all walks of life attended and enjoyed an abstract multi-senfory aesthetic experience during a historical moment of racial tension in downtown New Haven...
Keywords: Joel Katz; Project Argus; Yale School of Art and Architecture; Yale; The Pulsa Group; Pulsa; Researchers in Programmed Environments; Public Art; Voltage-controlled; Analog Digital Synthesizer; Collaboration; Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory; Light-Sound; Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 7
[texts]Pulsa Installations 1967 - 1969, Written, Photographed, Drawn, Designed, and Published by William Crosby, Member of the Pulsa Group - William Crosby
Detailed descriptions of Pulsa installations from 1967 to 1969, featuring photographs of the making and performance of major installations, with diagrams and text. The members of Pulsa are Michael Cain, Patrick Clancy, William Crosby, William Duesing, Paul Fuge, Peter Kindlmann, and David Rumsey. .
Keywords: The Pulsa Group; Pulsa; Researchers in Programmed Environments; New Haven Loft Installation; Project Argus; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Collaboration; Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory; Light-Sound; Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 49
[texts]Pulsa, Arts Canada, December, 1968 - Lucy R. Lippard
Lucy Lippard writes about the work of the Pulsa Group in an issue of Arts Canada devoted to light art, evocatively describing her response to Pulsa's first three works and exploring Pulsa's project in relation to the future of art, architecture, technology, the man-made environment, and human relations with nature. The members of Pulsa are Michael Cain, Patrick Clancy, William Crosby, William Duesing, Paul Fuge, Peter Kindlmann, and David Rumsey...
Keywords: Lucy Lippard; Arts Canada; The Pulsa Group; Pulsa; Researchers in Programmed Environments; New Haven Loft Installation; Project Argus; Yale School of Art and Architecture Gallery; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Collaboration; Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 41
[texts]MOMA Spaces - Pulsa - Jennifer Licht; Museum of Modern Art; Pulsa
Catalog of the Spaces Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, December 30, 1969 through March 1, 1970. The essay by Curator Jennifer Licht contextualizes the work of the five featured artists (Michael Asher, Larry Bell, Dan Flavin, Robert Morris, Pulsa, and Franz Erhard Walther) in the history of sculptural space in late modern art. Pulsa' proposes a multi-level viewer-interactive real-time feedback light-sound-heat environmental installation for MOMA's sculpture garden...
Keywords: Jennifer Licht; Spaces; The Museum of Modern Art; MOMA; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Researchers in Programmed Environments; Yale School or Art and Architecture Art Gallery; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Wadsworth Atheneum; Computers; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist, Life-Style Art at Harmony Ranch, Oxford, CT
Downloads: 112
[texts]Utopian Globalists - Pulsa - Jonathan Harris
An innovative history and critical account mapping the ways artists and their works have engaged with, and offered commentary on modern spectacle in both capitalist and socialist modernism over the past ninety years, from Tatlin to Unilever. This book focuses on artists whose work expresses the concept of revolutionary social transformation. Harris valorizes Pulsa's revolutionary stance in their treatment of time and space as socially and culturally produced entities within which human social re...
Keywords: Johnathan Harris, The Utopian Globalists, The Pulsa Group; Pulsa; time; space; information; systems; global; communication; technology; Researchers in Programmed Environments; Yale School of Art and Architecture; New Haven Loft Installation; Project Argus; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Multi-Sensory Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory; Light-Sound; Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 52
[texts]Art in the Electric Age - Pulsa - John Chandler
"Art in the Electric Age" by John Chandler appeared in the February 20, 1969 issue of Art International. Chandler writes about three major shows: "Cybernetic Serendipity," "The Machine at the End of the Mechanical Age," and Pulsa's "Boston Demonstration." Chandler describes and appraises The Pulsa Group's installation in the Boston Public Garden, contextualizing the 21-day 1968 work in relation to the history/future of cybernetics, technology, and art...
Keywords: John Chandler; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Art International; Researchers in Programmed Environments; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Cybernetics; Computers; The Machine at the End of the Mechanical Age; Collaboration; Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 71
[texts]Jack Burnham Intelligent Systems - Pulsa - Jack W. Burnham
“The Aesthetics of Intelligent Systems” by Jack W. Burnham was originally presented in 1969 as a talk on “The Future of Art” at the Solomon Guggenheim Museum in New York City and subsequently published in The Future of Art by the Solomon Guggenheim (introduction by Edward F. Fry). In his talk/essay Burnham describes art as an information system evolving toward increasing interactivity, paralleling the development of artificial intelligence...
Keywords: Jack Burnham; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Artificial Intelligence: Nicholas Schoffer; Rembrant: Kenneth Nolan; Dennis Oppenheim; Douglas Huebler; Hans Haacke; Les Levine; Jasia Reichhardt; Marvin Minsky; Joseph Licklider; Oliver Selfridge; Jack Nolan; Noam Chomsky; Systems Art, Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Computers; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 86
[image]Image - Pulsa Installation at Project Argus, Yale School of Art and Architecture, May 1968 - Joel Katz
Image - Pulsa Analogue-Digital Synthesizer and Pulsa personnel programing Light/Sound Installation in the main gallery of the Yale School of Art and Architecture, part of the Project Argus Show, April 1968 To program it’s light-sound installations, Pulsa created a state-of-the-art, voltage-controlled, analogue/digital synthesizer and published their design in IEEE Spectrum Audio, making their innovations freely available in Public Domain - see Pulsa, State of the Art voltage-controlled Wave Fo...
Keywords: Joel Katz; Project Argus; Yale School of Art and Architecture; Yale; Charles Moore; Stan Lawder; The Pulsa Group; Pulsa; Researchers in Programmed Environments; Public Art; Voltage-controlled; Analog Digital Synthesizer; Collaboration; Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory; Light-Sound; Installation; Minimalist; Banks of Fluorescent Tubes; Mirrrorized Mylar
Downloads: 14
[texts]Vogue Magazine Pulsa - Vogue Magazine
Article in Vogue Magazine February 1, 1970 issue on the Pulsa Group with a portrait photograph of Pulsa by Irving Penn, describes Pulsa's 1970 show at the Museum of Modern Art, Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Multi-Sensory Public Environmental Art, Relationship with minimalist music. The members of Pulsa are Michael Cain, Patrick Clancy, William Crosby, William Duesing, Paul Fuge, Peter Kindlmann, and David Rumsey...
Keywords: Vogue Magazine; Irving Penn; The Pulsa Group; Museum of Modern Art (MOMA); Spaces; Pulsa; Researchers in Programmed Environments; New Haven Loft Installation; Project Argus; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Multi-Sensory Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory; Light-Sound; Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 265
[texts]Sandler - American Art of 1960s - Pulsa - Irving Sandler
Irving Sandler wrote definitive histories of American Art including Abstract Expressionism, the art of the 50's and 60's and of Post Modernism based on direct experience of both art and artists. He covered Pulsa in American Art of 1960's, in the context of Earthworks, Minimal Environments and Performance, discussing the collaborative nature of Pulsa's creative process, and quoting Pulsa member Michael Cain explaining the time-extended and technological nature of their project...
Keywords: Irving Sandler; American Art of the 1960s; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Environmental Art; Public Art; Collaboration; Art and Technology; Minimalist; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Jennifer Licht; Spaces; The Museum of Modern Art; MOMA; Yale School or Art and Architecture; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art
Downloads: 67
[texts]Reiss - Spaces of Installation Art - Pulsa - Julie Reiss
In “From Margin to Center” the Spaces of Installation Art,” Julie H.Reiss traces the emergence of 20th century environmental art leading up to the institutional response of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) with its 1970 “Spaces” show. Curator Jennifer Licht enabled artists, including Michael Asher, Larry Bell, Robert Morris, Dan Flavin, Frantz Erhardt Walther, and Pulsa, to create new works in the museum...
Keywords: Julie H. Reiss; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Installation Art; Environmental Art; Spaces; Public Art; Museum of Modern Art; MOMA; Jennifer Licht; Michael Asher; Larry Bell; Robert Morris; Dan Flavin; Frantz Erhardt Walther; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalism; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art
Downloads: 67
[texts]Light As Truth - Pulsa - Joel Katz
Article about the Pulsa Group's contribution to the Yale School of Art and Architecture's "Project Argus" from the May 1968 issue of the Yale Alumni Magazine featuring a text by Joel Katz on the origin and development of the Pulsa Group, including descriptions of key works through 1968. The article is illustrated with 7 photographs of Pulsa's preparation for and performance of their Yale School of Art and Architecture Gallery's installation.The members of Pulsa are Michael Cain, Patrick Clancy, ...
Keywords: Joel Katz; Project Argus; Yale School of Art and Architecture; Yale; The Pulsa Group; Pulsa; Researchers in Programmed Environments; New Haven Loft Installation; Project Argus; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Collaboration; Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory; Light-Sound; Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 40
[texts]Arthropods - Pulsa - James Burns
Article about Pulsa in Arthropods, New Design Futures by James Burns, Praeger, 1971. In this book, Burns characterizes 16 contemporary art, architecture, and/or design explorations as "Ecological Extensions of Man." Burns succinctly describes the intent of Pulsa's key works, illustrating his text with photographs of Pulsa Installations at Yale School of Art and Architecture Gallery, Boston public Garden, Yale Golf Course, and Inflatable architecture at Harmony Ranch, Oxford, CT...
Keywords: Arthropods; James Burns; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Researchers in Programmed Environments; Yale School or Art and Architecture Art Gallery; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Wadsworth Atheneum; Spaces; The Museum of Modern Art; MOMA; Computers; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist, Life-Style Art at Harmony Ranch, Oxford, CT, Inflatable Architecture
Downloads: 77
[texts]Art in Space, Review by David Shirey in Newsweek of Pulsa MOMA exhibit, Jan 12, 1970 - David L. Shirey
Art in Space, Review by David L. Shirey in Newsweek of Pulsa's contribution to Jennifer Licht's Spaces exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, Jan 12, 1970
Keywords: David L. Shirey; MOMA; Museum of Modern Art, New York City, Spaces Exhibit; Pulsa Group; Newsweek; Jennifer Licht; Spaces; The Museum of Modern Art; MOMA; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Researchers in Programmed Environments; Yale School or Art and Architecture Art Gallery; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Wadsworth Atheneum; Computers; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist, Life-Style Art at Harmony Ranch, Oxford, CT
Downloads: 8
[texts]Michel Oren Seminar 1990 Light as Truth": An Electronic/Art Historical "Pocket" of the 1960’s - Pulsa - Michel Oren
“Light as Truth": An Electronic/Art Historical ‘Pocket’ of the 1960’s,” text of a seminar talk on the Pulsa Group by Michel Oren at the School of Art, East Carolina University, January 5, 1990. Oren describes USCO and Pulsa, contemporaneous collaborative groups of artists/engineers who used technology in the late l960’s and early 1970’s to make installation works intended to enhance viewers’ awareness...
Keywords: Michel Oren; Usco; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Jack Tworkov; Lucy Lippard’ Jack Burnham; Psychedelic Drugs; Yale School or Art and Architecture Art Gallery; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Wadsworth Atheneum; Spaces; The Museum of Modern Art; MOMA; Computers; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist; Life-Style Art; Harmony Ranch, Oxford, CT
Downloads: 38
[texts]The Public Sensoriums of Pulsa by Yates McKee, Art Journal, Fall, 2008 - Yates McKee
Cybernetic Abstraction and the Biopolitics of Urban Survival. "Yates McKee recovers the sound-and-light work of the early 1970's American group Pulsa, while taking critical measure of the technoscientiflc optimism it emerged from, deployed, and to some extent exemplified.," including photos of numerous works by Pulsa in text and on magazine cover. The members of Pulsa are Michael Cain, Patrick Clancy, William Crosby, William Duesing, Paul Fuge, Peter Kindlmann, and David Rumsey...
Keywords: Yates McKee; Art Journal; The Pulsa Group; Pulsa; Jack Burnham; city; Systems Art; art; information; systems; global; communication; technology; The Pulsa Group; Pulsa; Researchers in Programmed Environments; Yale School of Art and Architecture; New Haven Loft Installation; Project Argus; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Multi-Sensory Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory; Light-Sound; Installation; Minimalist
Downloads: 36
[texts]The City as an Artwork - Pulsa - The Pulsa Group, Pulsa
Article about the work of the Pulsa Group based on the ideas of the group written by Pulsa member Patrick Clancy and published in 1972 in "Arts of the Environment," a collection of essays edited by Gyorgy Kepes. This essay presents Pulsa's aspirations to transform the information systems which support man-made environments exemplified in the city into life-enhancing experiences comparable to those primordially enjoyed by humankind in nature...
Keywords: Kepes; Arts of the Environment; Pulsa; The Pulsa Group; Patrick Clancy: Researchers in Programmed Environments; Yale School or Art and Architecture Art Gallery; Swan Pond; Boston Public Garden; Yale Golf Course; Wadsworth Atheneum; Spaces; The Museum of Modern Art; MOMA; Computers; Collaboration; Real-Time Viewer-Interactive Public Environmental Art; Art and Technology; Multi-Sensory All-Over-Field Light-Sound Installation; Minimalist; Life-Style Art; Harmony Ranch, Oxford, CT; Inflatable Architecture; City; Urban Infrastructure; Agricultural Experiments; Seed Dispersals; Video Feedback Projection; Video Time/Space Displacements
Downloads: 186
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